Proactive Indoor Environment Monitoring

Automated Building Management Systems (BMS) which control mechanisms such as window opening, venting, air conditioning, air filtration and heating are highly effective when well implemented. Unfortunately, these systems can be prohibitively expensive in many situations and can’t be easily retrofitted to older buildings. When poorly implemented, which is too often the case these systems can be overly aggressive and inflexible in their actions resulting in a situation where the inhabitants of the building are uncomfortable with the internal conditions but feel powerless as they can’t override the automated mechanisms.

Therefore, a system which accurately monitors building health on a room-by-room basis, presents real time notifications when interventions need to be made and records the effects of these intervention can be a compelling and cost-effective solution in a broad range of situations. This is the approach taken by the Neptune Building Health system. By monitoring the carbon dioxide, temperature, humidity and sound levels and presenting this information via an easy to digest user interface the system empowers building users to take control of the environmental health of their buildings.

Risk Score

Following a bench marking period, Neptune uses proprietary machine learning algorithms to assign a risk score to the building health sensor. This score encapsulates the exposure to risk such as exposure to high levels of CO₂ saturation as captured by the Neptune system. By highlighting issues with your most at-risk rooms this allows organisations to focus only on the areas which requires action rather than be distracted with those operating within healthy ranges. This facilitates the deskilling of building health management to persons of responsibility onsite and removes the reliance upon experts with domain specific knowledge.

Alert Notification

On discovery of suboptimal conditions such as those likely to result in reduced productivity, the system notifies users in order than they can take action to rectify the situation.  Once rectifying action has been carried out optional notes can be made against the alert as a resolution. If notes are added, then these form part of a comprehensive audit trail associated with the building health monitor. Sophisticated alert suppression logic allows fine grain control of notification regeneration in order to mitigate alert fatigue.

Hierarchical Organisation Structure

Following installation of the Neptune building health monitors, you can start configuring the powerful and flexible multilevel user hierarchy.  Group hierarchies of unlimited depth can be constructed allowing Neptune system users to be mapped onto your organisation's building management structure. This allow every type of organisation from the simplest to the most complex to be represented.  Building Health sensors can then be attached to the hierarchy at the appropriate node. This facility allows fine grain control of system scope, meaning that users have visibility of the sensors they're responsible for monitoring, and no others.

Low Maintenance Devices

Our building health sensors have been selected from the best sensors available on the market. These devices use LoRaWAN technology resulting in an average battery life of around 10 years. Devices should be fitted at head height whilst seated for best results.

Mobile Friendly

Neptune has been developed with a mobile first approach meaning that all functionality is available on mobile, tablet and desktop form factor devices. Presentation is therefore optimised for the form factor of the device, allowing engineers to make full use of the software wherever they are.

Current Reading & Full History Chart

At any point the user can view the current reading of all three measured environmental variables. In addition, history charts present up to 2 weeks of data for an asset. 

Full History Download

Download both events and levels data in CSV format. All historic data for every asset on the system is persisted indefinitely. Organisations have an obligation to keep this data for reasons of compliance.

API Integration

A comprehensive API allows data captured within Neptune to be integrated with third party FM (Facilities Management) and BMS (Building Management Systems), facilitating a “single pane of glass” approach where required.

Consultancy & Installation Service

Services are available to carry out a full site survey in order to advise on the best placement of devices and ensure they are within range of the LoRaWAN network. In addition, advise is available on set up of users as well as device configuration and notification setting to optimise system performance.


All data are encrypted at rest and replicated across three data centres in order to provide high availability. The system is fully compliant with the Data Protection Act 2018 including the GDPR legislation amendments.

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